Five Ways to Encourage More Classroom Participation from Your Students

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailHow many times in the day do you find yourself asking questions of your students, and then staring out into a room of disinterested faces? Or how about facing a group of students trying not to make eye contact with you because they don’t want you to call on them? There are many reasons why… Continue Reading >

Updated Course: Differentiated Instruction for Today’s Classroom™ Online

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailYou asked, we listened! Based on the feedback and suggestions from past participants, Differentiated Instruction for Today’s Classroom™ has recently been revised and updated (Fall 2019) to enhance your overall learning experience. In this course, you’ll earn 3 graduate credit hours while you acquire key knowledge, skills, and strategies to differentiate instruction in your classroom…. Continue Reading >

Community Outreach and Engagement Ideas for Teachers

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailIt’s been said that it takes a village to raise a child, which means the residents of your community are just as crucial to helping your students achieve their academic and personal development goals as nearly any other members of your administration. Obtain community support and show your neighbors why they should be invested in… Continue Reading >

How To Identify and Empower Gifted Students

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailTeachers with an opportunity to foster the educational experience for gifted students stand to become highly influential in the early learning experiences of a young person who may be destined for high achievements in his or her life. Identifying gifted students in their nascent academic years and engaging them in ways that are both challenging… Continue Reading >